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A mild night across the country, clearly skies over the south east will give some lower temperatures with probably a ground frost and some widespread mist patches in the morning.
Although it will be a cold start to the day there it will be bright and sunny.
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Men who regularly exercise could see their chances of developing dementia significantly reduce, new research suggests.
The research, completed by Cardiff University, monitored the lifestyle habits of 2,235 men over a 35-year period and found that exercise reduced the risk of dementia.
The study identified healthy behaviours including regular exercise, non-smoking, a low bodyweight, a healthy diet and a low alcohol intake as being integral to having the best chance of leading a disease-free lifestyle.
The study comes ahead of a G8 summit tomorrow to look at the funding and research into dementia.
Real Madrid's news conference ahead of their Champions League game against FC Copenhagen was briefly interrupted on Monday after a Greenpeace anti-Gazprom poster was lowered onto a screen.
The poster, which read "Save the Arctic" and "Show Gazprom the red card" and featured the logo of the environmental protest group, appeared behind Madrid manager Carlo Ancellotti before an official swiftly removed it.
Gazprom are one of the sponsors of Europe's elite club competition.
Swiss club Basel were fined €30,000 (£25,000) by Uefa in October after Greenpeace activists abseiled from the stadium roof and unveiled a banner reading "Gazprom, don't foul the Arctic".
Tranmere Rovers defender Ian Goodison is believed to be the sixth person bailed as part of an investigation into spot-fixing during football matches.
Goodison, 41, has made over 400 appearances for Rovers since joining in 2004 and has represented Jamaica at international level.
A club statement read: "Tranmere Rovers is aware of reports in today's media regarding Ian Goodison.
"As this is an ongoing investigation the Club has no further comment at this time."
The Sun has defended its actions over Tulisa Contostavlos' alleged involvement with the supply of class A drugs.
Tulisa's lawyer Ben Rose earlier accused the paper of treating the singer like "fodder."
A Sun spokeswoman said: "Allegations about the conduct of this newspaper made by Ms Contostavlos' lawyers are entirely without foundation."
The former X Factor judge has been charged with being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs, her lawyer said she will deny the charges.
A sixth person arrested as part of the investigation into alleged spot-fixing during football matches has been bailed until April 2014, the National Crime Agency said.
Five people including Blackburn Rovers footballer DJ Campbell were bailed earlier today.